CRAWS Vol 11 No 1 (2015) S

Special Issue: “The White Man’s Burden ‘After Race'”

  • Kristen Burnett, Settling the Table: Northern Food Subsidy Programs and the (Re)Colonisation of Indigenous Bodies
  • Lene Bull Christiansen, ‘Africa is a National Cause’: Race and Nation in Development Aid Communication- A Danish Case Study
  • Zoe Gross, (De)Constructing Whiteness, Power and ‘Others’ with Access: International Development and Transnational Interracial Intimacies in East Africa
  • David J. Leonard, Remixing the Burden: Kony 2012 and the Wages of Whiteness
  • Kendra Marston, Book Review- The Souls of White-Folk: African American Writers Theorise Whiteness

 

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  • Saladdin Ahmed, Culture as ‘Ways of Life’ or a Mask of Racism? Culturalisation and the Decline of Universalist Views
  • Maria Elena Indelicato, Australia’s “Colombo Plan”: The Beacon of Western Knowledge in the Asia-Pacific Region
  • Scott M. Schonfeldt-Aultman, Whiteness Attacked, Whiteness Defended: White South African Rhetorics of Race in JULUKA Newsletter
  • Brian R. Gilbert, Book Review- The Endtimes of Human Rights

 

CRAWS Vol 10 No 2 (2014)

10th Anniversary Special Issue of CRAWS

  • Elaine Laforteza, Lara Palombo and Holly Randell-Moon, Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Review Survey- Monographs, Journals, and Theses, 2005-2014
  • Sara Ahmed, The Politics of Bad Feeling
  • Barbara Baird, In Relation to a White Father
  • Kieran Hall, Stuart Hall: Reflections on a Legacy
  • Bronwyn Fredericks, The Epistomology that Maintains White Race Privilege, Power and Control of Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Peoples’ Participation in Universities
  • Alan Han, I Think You’re The Smartest Race I’ve Ever Met: Racialised Economies of Queer Male Desire
  • Vera Mackie, The Taxonomic Gaze: Looking at Whiteness from East to West
  • Aileen Moreton-Robinson, The House that Jack Built: Britishness and White Possession
  • Fiona Nicoll, Beyond White Virtue: Reflections on the First Decade of Critical Race and Whiteness Studies in the Australian Academy
  • Jennifer Nielsen, Whiteness and Anti-Discrimination Law- It’s In The Design
  • Suvendrini Perera, ‘Aussie Luck’: The Border Politics of Citizenship Post Cronulla Beach
  • Robinder Kaur Sehdev, Vanishing at the Border
  • Justine Toh, The White Fireman and the American Heartland in the Memory of 9/11
  • Louise Chiodo, Book Review- Whiteness and Social Change: Remnant Colonialisms and White Civility in Australia and Canada
  • Louise Boon-Kuo, Film Review- L’Escale (Stop-Over)

 

CRAWS Vol 10 No 1 (2014)

Special Issue: “Edward Said: Intellectual, Cultural Critic, Activist”

  • Camie Augustus, The Corporate Institution of Mixed Race: Indigeinity, Discourse, and Orientalism in Aboriginal Policy
  • Krista Banasiak, Dancing the East in the West: Orientalism, Feminism, and Belly Dance
  • Anna Carastathis, Is Hellenism an Orientalism? Reflections on the Boundaries of ‘Europe’ in an Age of Austerity
  • John Drummond, Said and Aida: Culture, Imperialism, Eqypt and Opera
  • Coeli Fitzpatrick, Said Matters: Teaching Edward Said to the Non-Humanities Undergraduate
  • Maryam Khalid, ‘Gendering Orientalism’: Gender, Sexuality, and Race in Post 9/11 Global Politics
  • Vijay Mishra, Edward Said, Salman Rushie and the Spectres of Humanism
  • Brett Nicholls, Edward W. Said: Cultural Critic, Activist, Public Intellectual
  • Hsu-Ming Teo, American Popular Culture Through the Lens of Saidian and Post-Saidian Orientalist Critiques
  • Katherine Britton, Book Review- Deleuzian Encounters: Studies in Contemporary Social Issues
  • Sumedha Iyer, Book Review- White Vanishing: Rethinking Australia’s Lost-in-the-Bush Myth

 

CRAWS Vol 9 No 2 (2013) S

Special Issue: “Racialising Desires”

  • Rikke Andreassen, Alternative Stories about Race, Gender and Interracial Intimacies at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
  • Dona Cayetana, Waging a War of Terror: Invasion, Surveillance and Desire in Robert Drewe’s Grace
  • Erin Claringbold, The Lavacious Afghan and the Threat of “Brown Babies”
  • Emmerich Daroya, Potatoes and Rice: Exploring the Racial Politics of Gay Asian and White Men’s Desires and Desirability
  • Barbara Baird, Book Review- The Post-Colonial Eye: White Australian Desire and the Visual Field of Race

 

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  • Micaela Ash, Preventing Harm or Fortifying the Borders?: Political Discourse on Polygamy and Islam in Australia
  • Jennifer E. Cheng, Talking About ‘Australian Values’ in the Australian Parliament: How Politicians Contest Culturalist Racism
  • Rob Cover, Temporary Migration, Corporeality and Conditional Multiculturalism: Body Odours, Stereotyping and Shame
  • Stefan Haderer, Biopower, Whiteness and the Stolen Generations: The Arbitrary Power of Racial Classifications
  • Finex Ndhlovu, ‘Too Tall, Too Dark’ to be Australian: Racial Perceptions of Post-Refugee Africans

 

CRAWS Vol 9 No 1 (2013)

“New Territories in Critical Whiteness Studies”

  • Madeline-Sophie Abbas, White Terror in the “War on Terror”
  • Say Burgin, Locating Douglass Fitch: The Roots of Colour and Activist Traditions of United States Critical Whiteness Studies
  • Robert Julio Decker, The Visibility of Whiteness and Immigration Restriction in the United States, 1880- 1930
  • Hayley McEwen and Melissa Steyn, Hegemonic Epistomologies in the Context of Transformation: Race, Space and Power in One Post-Apartheid South African Town
  • Helen Moore, Shades of Whiteness? English Villagers, Eastern European Migrants and the Intersection of Race and Class in Rural England
  • Holly Randell-Moon, Book Review- Australia and the Insular Imagination: Beaches, Borders, Boats, and Bodies
  • Tisha Dejamanee, Book Review- Racial Indigestion: Eating Bodies in the 19th Century
  • Kate Hepworth, Book Review- Uncertain Lives: Culture, Race and Neoliberalism in Australia

 

CRAWS Vol 8 No 2 (2012)

Special Issue: “Directions and Intersections”

  • Eugenia Demuro, Examining ‘Latinidad’ in Latin America: Race, ‘Latinidad’ and the Decolonial Option
  • Johanna Gondouin, Adoption, Surrogacy and Swedish Exceptionalism
  • Jacinta Maxwell, Interest Convergence in Australian Education
  • Deborah Mayersen, ‘Deep Cleavages that Divide’: The Origins and Development of Ethnic Violence in Rwanda
  • Ingrid Tufvesson, The Politics of Loyalty: Accountability, Transformation and Redress in South African Higher Education
  • Maggie Scott, Book Review- Forgetting Aborigines

 

CRAWS Vol 8 No 1 (2012)

“Racial Legitimations”

  • Kevin J. Bruce, The Villages in the City: Critical Race Theory, Schooling, and a Life
  • Maryrose Casey, Colonisation, Notions of Authenticity and Aboriginal Australian Performance
  • Beenash Jafri, National Identity, Transnational Whiteness and the Canadian Citizenship Guide
  • Henk Huijser, Book Review- Islamophobia
  • Sukhmani Khorana, Book Review-¬† Diasporas of Australian Cinema
  • Timothy Lewis, Book Review- Affirmative Reaction: New Formations of White Masculinity
  • Timothy Neale, Book Review- Cities of Whiteness
  • Anneli Strutt, Book Review- Somatechnics: Queering the Technologisation of Bodies

 

CRAWS No 7 Vol 2 (2011)

Special Issue: “Future Stories/ Intimate Stories”

  • Margaret Allen, Family Stories and ‘Race’ in Australian History
  • Barbara Baird, In Relation to a White Father
  • Melanie Knight, Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner? Negotiating Visibility Encounters and Racism in Entrepreneurship
  • Fiona Nicoll, Notes on Captain Cook’s Gambling Habit: Settling Accounts of White Possession
  • Senthorun Raj, Grindring Bodies: Racial and Affective Economies of Online Queer Desire
  • Damien W. Riggs, Loving Other-wise: Race, Relationality and Respectability in Wilkinson v. Kitzinger
  • Anna Szorenyi, Un/Settling Accounts: Telling Holocaust Stories in Colonised Australia
  • Clemence Due, Book Review- The Racial Politics of Bodies, Nations and Knowledges
  • Ben Wadham, Book Review- Theorising War: From Hobbes to Badiou

 

CRAWS No 7 Vol 1 (2011)

Special Issue: “Post-Racial States”

  • Louise St Guillame, Critical Race and Disability Framework: A New Paradigm for Understanding Discrimination Against People from Non-English Speaking Backgrounds and Indigenous People with Disability
  • Babacar M’Baye, The Myth of Post-Racialism: Hegemonic and Counter-Hegemonic Stories about Race and Racism in the United States
  • Fiona McAllan, Getting ‘Post Racial’ in the ‘Australian’ State: What Remains Overlooked in the Premise ‘Getting Beyond Racism’?
  • Elspeth Tilley, A Colonising Paradox: White Presencing and Contamination Politics in the Australian White-Vanishing Trope
  • Clemence Due, Book Review- Not Quite Right: Lebanese and the White Australian Policy 1880 to 1947
  • Elaine Kelly, Book Review- Race and the Crisis of Humanism
  • Janine Little, Book Review- Beyond the Hijab Debates: New Conversations on Gender, Race and Religion
  • Lauren Vasquez & Matthew W. Hughey, Book Review-¬† Latino Spin: Public Image and the Whitewashing of Race
  • Nado Aveling, Journal Review- ‘White Privilege and Racism: Perceptions & Actions’, New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education

 

CRAWS Vol 6 No 1 (2010)

  • Holly Randell-Moon, Editorial
  • Melanie E.L. Bush, White World Supremacy and the Creation of Nation: “American Dream” or Global Nightmare?
  • Catherine Koerner, Whose Security? How White Possession is Reinforced in Everyday Speech about Asylum Seekers
  • Michelle Lobo, Re-Imagining Citizenship in Suburban Australia
  • Erin M. Schwartz, Ingrid Mwangi: Enacting the Body as Stage
  • Justine Toh, The White Fireman and the American Heartland in the Memory of 9/11
  • Indigo Williams Willing, Book Review- Mixing Cultural Identities Through Trans-Racial Adoption: Outcomes of the Indian Adoption Project (1958-1967)

 

CRAWS Vol 5 No 1 (2009)

  • Leigh Boucher & Jane Carey, Editorial
  • Joost Cote, Education and the Colonial Construction of Whiteness
  • Leora Farber, Dis-location/Re-location: Colonial and Post-Colonial Narratives of White Displacement in South Africa
  • Bronwyn Fredericks, The Epistomology that Maintains White Race Privilege, Power and Control of Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Peoples’ Participation in Universities
  • Andrew Gunstone, Whiteness, Indigenous Peoples and Australian Universities
  • Ron Hoenig, Reading Alien Lips: Accentuating the Positive? An Analysis of Some Positive Media Depictions of Asylum Seekers
  • Vera Mackie, The Taxonomic Gaze: Looking at Whiteness from East to West
  • Susan Mlcek, Being Culturally Competent or Culturally Indulgent: What is an Effective Pedagogical Framework for Working with Indigenous Learners?
  • Sam Ritchie, “No White Man on the Station but Myself”: Whiteness as a Category of Analysis for the Reverend Francis Tuckfield

 

CRAWS Vol 4 No 2 (2008)

“Law, Race and Whiteness”

  • Trish Luker & Jennifer Nielsen, Editorial
  • Greta Bird, The White Subject as Liberal Subject
  • Denise Cuthbert, Forbidden Knowledge? The Politics of Voice, White Privilege and the Ethics of Research
  • Naomi Fisher, Out of Context: The Liberalisation and Appropriation of ‘Customary’ Laws as Assimilatory Practice
  • Edwina Howell, It’s Captain Cook All Over Again…
  • Trish Luker, Witnessing Whiteness: Law and Narrative Knowledge
  • Finex Ndhlovu, A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Language Question in Australia’s Immigration Policies: 1901-1957
  • Jennifer Nielsen, Whiteness and Anti-Discrimination Law- It’s In The Design
  • Karen O’Connell, Pinned Like A Butterfly: Whiteness and Racial Hatred Laws
  • Kathleen Connellan, Book Review- Religion, Spirituality and the Social Sciences: Challenging Marginalisation
  • Damien W. Riggs, Book Review- Foucault, Psychology and the Analytics of Power

 

CRAWS Vol 4 No 1 (2008)

“The Border Politics of Whiteness”

  • Catherine Koerner, Kathleen Connellan & Alia Imtoul, Editorial
  • Stella Coram, ‘Mainstreaming’ Indigenous Inequality as Disadvantage and the Silencing of ‘Race’ in Australian Social, Educational and Vocational Training Policy
  • Clemence Due, ‘Who Are Strangers?’: ‘Absorbing’ Sudanese Refugees into A White Australia
  • Odette Kelada, White Nation Fantasy and the Northern Territory ‘Intervention’
  • Goldie Osuri, War in the Language of Peace, and an Australian Geo/Politics of White Possession
  • Damien W. Riggs, White Mothers, Indigenous Families, and the Politics of Voice
  • Lara Palombo, Book Review- White Matters: Il Bianco in Questione

 

CRAWS Vol 3 No 1 (2007)

  • Lara Palombo & Maria Giannacopoulos, Editorial
  • Tony Birch, Not Our Job
  • Maria Giannacopoulos, Nom os Basileus: The Reign of Law in a ‘World of Violence’
  • Anita Heiss, White and Black Poetry Readings: Distinct Differences
  • Robinder Kaur Sehdev, Vanishing at the Border
  • Elaine Laforteza, White Geopolitics of Neo-Colonial Benevolence: The Australia-Philippine ‘Partnership’
  • Nor Faridah Abdul Manaf, The Veil, My Body
  • Mina, Mina’s Diary
  • Jennifer Nielsen, ‘There’s Always An Easy Out’: How ‘Innocence’ and ‘Probability’ Whitewash Race Discrimination
  • Lara Palombo, Whose Turn Is It? White Diasporic and Transnational Practices and the Necropolitics of the Plantation and Internment Camps
  • Suvendrini Perera, ‘Aussie Luck’: The Border Politics of Citizenship Post Cronulla Beach
  • Joseph Pugliese, Geocorpographies of Torture
  • David Singh, White Subjectivity and Racial Terror: Towards an Understanding of Racial Violence
  • Ouyang Yi, The Last Barrier
  • Maryrose Casey, Book Review- Writing Never Arrives Naked: Early Aboriginal Cultures of Writing in Australia

 

CRAWS Vol 2 No 1 (2006)

  • Maryrose Casey, Editorial
  • Katherine Bode, Aussie Battler in Crisis? Shifting Constructions of White Australian Masculinity and National Identity
  • Kathleen Connellan, White Spaces
  • Farid Farid, Let the Egyptian Speak for Himself: An Agitation of the Cultural Integrity of Whiteness in Australian Multicultural Policies and Practices
  • Rob Garbutt, White “Autochthony”
  • Jeannette Krongold, A Breach of Trust: The Vitiated Discourse of Multiculturalism at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century
  • Satoshi Mizutani, Historicising Whiteness: From the Case of Late Colonial India
  • Holly Randell-Moon, ‘Common Values’: Whiteness, Christianity, Asylum Seekers and the Howard Government
  • Vicki Sentas, Counter Terrorism Policing- Investing in the Racial State
  • Alan Han, Book Review- Bluff Rock: Autobiography of a Massacre
  • Damien W. Riggs, Book Review- Postcolonial Whiteness: A Critical Reader on Race and Empire

 

CRAWS Vol 1, No 1 (2005)

  • Fiona Nicoll, Editorial
  • Alastair Bonnett, From the Crises of Whiteness to Western Supremacism
  • Aileen Moreton-Robinson, The House that Jack Built: Britishness and White Possession
  • Suvendrini Perera, Who Will I Become?: The Multiple Formations of Australian Whiteness
  • Irene Watson, Settled and Unsettled Spaces: Are We Free to Roam?
  • Jon Stratton, Before Holocaust Memory: Making Sense of Trauma between Postmemory and Cultural Memory
  • Sara Ahmed, The Politics of Bad Feeling
  • Clare Bradford, ‘They Went Home’: Racialised Spaces in Contemporary Picture Books
  • Anna Szorenyi, Book Review- Precarious Life: The Powers of Mourning and Violence
  • Marian Redmond, Book Review- Australian Cinema after Mabo
  • Maryrose Casey, Book Review- Essays in Social and Cultural Criticism: Whitening Race
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